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Originally Posted by monkeyrpn View Post
What are canted food beds?
Means they are not flat, but canted towards the rider at 2 or 3 degrees, giving you a more natural stance.

1. Useablility, ease of ratches.
2. Doesn't fall apart

For me, Burton has never let me down. Rome Targa is my new one, kind of rough those ratchet edges, the ratched thing never goes into the holder properly and then jams (Little leather thingy) and the left toe strap keeps falling off. :/

But enough of the hate. The cants and the support is grade a and the board really does flex under the bindings and its a great feeling to ride them.

Ziploc ties go a long way to secure that front toestrap. :P

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